You became an entrepreneur—or went out on your own—to help change people’s lives. To build something incredible. To give your life purpose. To do that, maybe you’re working out of your house. Or a coffee shop. Or maybe you’re looking for somewhere to work.
What if you could do some of that life-changing work simply by choosing to park yourself and your machine at a particular coworking space in town? To put it another way, what if you could help people simply by doing what you’re already doing?
Now you can.
Nedspace, a coworking space in downtown Portland, Oregon, is always looking to change the way entrepreneurs of all walks—tech types, artists, traditional business people, venture capitalists, and more—work and connect here in the Silicon Forest. And they’re always looking for creative ways to make that happen.
Their latest idea is designed to help fill Nedspace—and give back to the greater good.
According to Beth Kanter, an amazing thought leader in the use social media for improving our world, your renting space at Nedspace could mean a life-changing investment for a number of Cambodians:
If [Nedspace’s Mark Grimes] can rent out the 4 remaining offices (at $400 ea) and 60 hot desk spaces (at $175 ea) by 5PM PT Monday June 1, 2009 at his co-working space, NedSpace, he’ll not only send Leng Sopharath to college, but to other Cambodians through the Sharing Foundation’s college education program. Plus he will also donate $5000 to Epic Change.
It’s a great concept. And you get a great place to work in the process. So if you’re a startup in Portland looking for space, I’d highly recommend you take advantage of this Nedspace offer.
Getting an office could always change your business—and now, thanks to Nedspace, it could also help change the world.